Parker, Pollard, Wilton, and Peaden - Attorneys at Law

Aubrey H. Brown III

Aubrey Brown is a member of the firm’s litigation section. His practice crosses multiple areas of law including business, real estate, personal injury, traffic tickets, and family law, where he handles matters such as divorce, custody, adoption, spousal support and child support.

Aubrey is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Virginia, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, and the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia. Prior to joining Parker, Pollard, Wilton, and Peaden, he was a judicial law clerk in the Circuit Court of Virginia Beach.

Aubrey enjoys serving as counsel and settlement agent in residential real estate transactions and teaches the loan documents portion of a seminar required for first time home buyers with VHDA loans. The class is free and open to the public. Click here VHDA Class Flyer 2016 (00392158xAED17)  for more information and registration instructions.

Representative Experience

Represents individuals in divorces, negotiating property settlement agreements, and disputes regarding child custody and visitation, child support, and spousal support.

Represents landlords in lease disputes.

Represents individuals pursuing or defending protective orders.

Represents buyers and sellers of real estate.

Represents individuals injured by the negligence of others.

Represents individuals and businesses to collect unpaid debts.


  • William & Mary School of Law, Williamsburg, Virginia
    • J.D. – 2010
  • Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia
    • B.A. Economics & Commerce and Political Science, 2007

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Virginia Bar Association
  • Richmond Bar Association
  • Henrico County Bar Association
  • Richmond Association of Realtors
  • West Richmond Businessmen’s Association


  • Loan closing documents portion of seminar for first time home buyers who are obtaining VHDA loans.

Published Works

Georgia v. Randolph: The Red-Headed Step-Child of an Ugly Family: Why Third-Party Consent Search Doctrine is an Unfortunate Fourth Amendment Development that should be Restrained, 18 WM. & MARY BILL RTS. J. 471 (2009)


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